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Ali Wyne on US Foreign Policy in the Era of Great Power Competition
August 16, 2022

Ali Wyne on US Foreign Policy in the Era of Great Power Competition

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Competition with China and Russia is a means, not an end,” Wyne reminds policymakers.

Restraint May Be the Biden Administration’s Best Answer to the Taiwan Crisis
August 05, 2022

Restraint May Be the Biden Administration’s Best Answer to the Taiwan Crisis

By John Brake
A preoccupation with showing resolve has long been hard-wired into U.S. foreign policy. But conspicuous restraint would reinforce the United States’ position as a responsible power – and head off an escalating crisis.
Vietnam Eyes Pragmatic Gains from the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
June 13, 2022

Vietnam Eyes Pragmatic Gains from the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

By Huynh Tam Sang
Participation in the new U.S. initiative could advance Vietnam’s aspiration for economic gains and a firm status in the regional economic architecture, but its full-fledged engagement is unlikely.

Can the US Indo-Pacific Economic Framework Meet the Value Proposition Challenge?
June 09, 2022

Can the US Indo-Pacific Economic Framework Meet the Value Proposition Challenge?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
IPEF’s evolution and prospects will partly hinge on how U.S. and regional partners define its value add in an increasingly competitive landscape.

The US Pivot to Asia Was Dead on Arrival
March 31, 2022

The US Pivot to Asia Was Dead on Arrival

By Peter Birgbauer
Since its unveiling under the Obama administration, the U.S. “pivot” to Asia has constantly been derailed by emergencies elsewhere. The Ukraine war is just the latest example.

Elusive Balances: Shaping US Southeast Asia Strategy
February 12, 2022

Elusive Balances: Shaping US Southeast Asia Strategy

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
How has U.S. commitment to Southeast Asia changed over time? What do Southeast Asian states want from the United States?

How to Lose a Cold War With China
January 12, 2022

How to Lose a Cold War With China

By Danny Sjursen
The U.S. military and its civilian leaders are overemphasizing militarized responses to what is largely an economic and diplomatic challenge.
AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific: Geopolitics, Technology, and Deterrence
September 28, 2021

AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific: Geopolitics, Technology, and Deterrence

By Ankit Panda
What does the new U.S.-UK-Australia trilateral cooperative partnership entail?

The World Needs a New Marshall Plan
August 04, 2021

The World Needs a New Marshall Plan

By Rizal Ramli
With the pandemic causing economic devastation, the stage is perfectly set for political crises.

How US Congress Can Help Advance North Korea Diplomacy
June 10, 2021

How US Congress Can Help Advance North Korea Diplomacy

By Matt Abbott
U.S. legislators have a long and storied history of meeting North Korean leaders. Time to dust off that legacy.

Biden Announces International COVID-19 Vaccine Sharing Plan
June 04, 2021

Biden Announces International COVID-19 Vaccine Sharing Plan

By Zeke Miller
The U.S. plans to distribute 80 million doses around the world this month – with India and South Korea tapped as early recipients.
The Capitol Siege and the Crisis of American Statecraft
January 08, 2021

The Capitol Siege and the Crisis of American Statecraft

By Sebastian Strangio
If Joe Biden wishes to renew global democracy, he would do best to start in his own backyard.

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